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Friday, August 8, 2014

Embossed Resist World of Dreams

Heat Embossing creates a hard, usually glossy image that resists ink. I used Clear embossing powder over-lapping a background and sponged inks on the image with sponge daubers.

















-use the Big Shot and Ovals framelit to cut a stencil in copy paper
-position the cut out oval on the mat and adhere it with removable adhesive








-position the stencil on the mat using the cut out oval as a guide
-adhere the stencil with removable adhesive
-remove the cut out oval








-stamp a background image


-remove the stencil
-swipe the mat with an embossing buddy to reduce static
-stamp the Grass image with a VersaMark pad overlapping the background
-cover the image with Clear embossing powder and shake off the excess
-use a heat tool to melt the embossing powder and let cool
-use sponge daubers to apply ink over the embossed image





Supplies
Stamps
-World of Dreams 134183
-Dictionary 130348
-Petite Pairs 128706
Ink
-Sahara Sand pad 126976
-Soft Sky pad 131181
-VersaMark pad 102283
Paper
-Sahara Sand card stock 121043
-Soft Sky card stock 131203
-Naturals White card stock 102316
Tools
-Big Shot 113439
-Ovals Collection framelits 129381
-Large Oval punch 119855
-Heat Tool 129053
Accessories
-Clear embossing powder 109130
-Embossing Buddy 103083
-Basic Metal Buttons 133319
-Linen Thread 104199

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